This smartphone may feature built-in cooling system and a 60 MP rear camera

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After witnessing the launch of Xiaomi’s gaming smartphone Blackshark with built-in water cooling vents, now another emerging smartphones brand, TECNO may soon launch a phone that will also have a built-in cooling system and a 60 megapixels camera on the rear.

According to the rumor mongers, TECNO’s next smartphone would be released as a duo and possess first of its kind camera features, which will create a ripple effect through the smartphone industry. This smartphone will be launched within this month.

This is not the first time that TECNO is releasing a smartphone that would modernize the mobile market and improve the user experience. Previously, TECNO launched Camon i with full view display and innovative features to the delight of many tech consumers & enthusiasts.

Rumors have also suggested that new TECNO Mobile could have 60 MP rear camera with super Pixel zoom ability or a camera with an ability to perform an MRI scan on people? Looking at the latest advancements in the recent time which TECNO mobile is providing, anything we can expect from TECNO!

Not only is this new smartphone rumored to possess a unique, previously unheard of camera feature but it’s also said to come with an inbuilt cooling feature that would keep the phone fully optimized through a series of background cleaning. A smartphone said to come with a built-in cooling system, the best things in life truly come in small packages.

Rumors have also suggested that the upcoming handset will not have only have great camera feature, but it will also have inbuilt cooling feature, that would keep the phone fully optimized through a series of background cleaning to improve its working.

Furthermore, the upcoming phone rumored to be from Camon series will be having facial recognition system, huge built-in storage, and Android Oreo. Hope that these rumors will be true and users will get the chance to use the most innovative device, more than their expectations.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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